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An illustrated guide to Hell – Doom Prima Guide review

by 2 days ago

Doom is a pretty straightforward game, but much like the original game, it’s also full of secrets. Authors Doug Walsh, Michael Owen, and Will Murray have teamed up with Prima …

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Back in Black: An interview with Assassin’s Creed: Templars creators Fred Van Lente & Dennis Calero

by 7 days ago

With growing consistency, video games have been seeping out of their prior constraints and appearing in other forms of media. From films, to novels, to comics- there seems to be …

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Dream the Dream – The Art of The Division book review

by 7 days ago

“Before there is a game, we must dream about the dream itself” This forward, from Massive Entertainment’s Managing Director David Polfeldt, is a great way to open The Art of …

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An incredible update to the classic vampire tale – Curse of Strahd Review

by 2 months ago

I swear the team at Wizards of the Coast are in my head with their latest D&D releases. It had been a long time since I’d played, but John’s review …

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The Skyrim Library Vol. II: Man, Mer & Beast review

by 2 months ago

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is as much an open world as it is a story you craft for yourself. Bethesda doesn’t pin you down to any particular path beyond …

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Charolette’s Deadly Web- Assassin’s Creed comic series 1-5 review

by 2 months ago

In the later part of 2015 Titan comics introduced us to the Assassin’s Creed comic series, which told us the tale of Charlotte ‘Char’ de la Cruz and her adventures …

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Assassin’s Creed – the comic series parts four and five

by 3 months ago

The fourth installment of the Assassin’s Creed comic series continues to follow the exploits of hard-hearted Assassin Tom Stoddard as he seeks to safely secure an artifact that could tip …

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The Art of Fable Legends — We knock on a new Demon Door

by 4 months ago

It’s hard to believe that we’ve been playing Fable since 2004. Sure, they might not always meet the outlandish and occasionally unrealistic goals that Peter Molyneux set, but there’s simply …

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A terrifying look at our alien overlords – The Art of XCOM 2 review

by 4 months ago

XCOM 2 has been very much on my radar since I saw it in motion at E3. I’ve watched hours of playthroughs and have heard a great deal of commentary …

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Assassin’s Creed – the comic series parts two and three

by 4 months ago

Part two of the Assassin’s Creed comic series jumps us right to our hero Char’s maiden dive inside the ancestral mind of Tom Stoddard, a member of the Assassin’s Brotherhood …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider: The Official Art Book review

by 5 months ago

When the Crystal Dynamics team tackled Rise of the Tomb Raider they knew that they wanted to take the harrowing experience Lara endured in the previous title and build on …

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A Low Flame — Dragon Riders of the Berk Review

by 5 months ago

Dragons: Riders of the Berk Collector’s Edition adds to the story of viking dragon-riders from the popular film and television series. This comic series tells new stories, setting out to …

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